ENR Midwest's finalists for 2019 Project of the Year are the 41st St. Pedestrian Arch Bridge Over Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, the Museum at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and the Chicago Union Station Great Hall Restoration.

The 41st Street Arch Bridge is our best project in the landscape/urban design category, the Museum at the Gateway Arch was named best project in the Cultural/Worship category and the Chicago Union Station Great Hall Restoration won the Government/Public Building best project award this year. Here's the full list of winners of our 2019 best projects awards.

Our judges — Danielle Dy Buncio, President and CEO of ViaTechnik; Laura Young, CEO of Griskelis Young Harrell; Michael Sturino, President and CEO at the Illinois Road and Transportation Builders Association; Steve Zimmerman, associate principal at Wiss Janney Elstner Associates; Lynda Leigh, project manager at Turner Construction; Jeff Emrick, director of safety and compliance at Ozinga and Sam Mishelow, chief strategy officer at Meyer Najem Construction — all voted on their top three of the winners of this year's competition after the individual category winners had been decided and then voted again for project of the year, which will be announced at our awards breakfast Dec. 3 at the Renaissance Chicago. The finalists will be honored in addition to their category wins at the event.

Congrats to all of the project teams up for the big prize and all of our winners!